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  Civil Jets Page 102
FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 409 Gulf Air Textures only. One of three 1-11's 400s operated by Gulf Air. Founded in 1951 as Gulf Aviation it was like so many of its contempories an asscociate of BOAC who had a 22% stake. The airline became independant of BOAC as of the start of 1974. Two years later the airline was becomming a major carrier. The success meant the One-Elevens were outgrown and replaced by Boeing 737-200s and the three were returned to the UK in 1978 and further service with BIA/Air UK.Requires the BAC One-Eleven 400 model by David Maltby here. Repaint Garry Russell. 680K
FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 304 Quebecair Textures only. Built and for and flown for a year or so by British Eagle as G-ATPI this aircraft found itself in Canada flying for Quebecair for many years. Shown here as it was in 1978 it returned eventually to the UK as G-WLAD with Airways Cymru. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 400 model by David Maltby here. Repaint Garry Russell. 770K
FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 201 British Air Ferries Textures only. Back in the UK after a tour of the States the former BUA/BCAL G-ASJG took up a new identity with British Air Ferries. After service and a period of storage it like so many others emigrated to Nigeria.\nModel by David Maltby. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 200HK model by David Maltby here: Repaint Garry Russell. 786K
FS2004 Boeing 727-200 Braniff Green. Original model by SGA/Eric Cantu. 2.3MB
FS2004 Boeing 727-200 Braniff Red. Original model by SGA/Eric Cantu. 2.3MB
FS2004 Boeing 727-200 Braniff Blue. Original model by SGA/Eric Cantu. 2.3MB
FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 476 BAF All white Unicorn Textures only. The nomadic G-AZUK found itself with BAF in the early nineties flying in a logo and titles only version of the BAF Unicorn livery. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 475HK model by David Maltby here. Repaint Garry Russell. 581K
FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 518 British World Airlines Textures only. A re-launch after financial difficulties in 1993 and renaming of British Air Ferries to separate it from the days of car ferries resulted in British World Airlines and a brand new livery. The honour of becoming the first in the new G-OBW* range was afforded to the one time Dan Air series 518FG G-BDAT originally built for Court Line as G-AYOR. Sold and re-registered as 9L-LDL, the aircraft got as far as Malta where it remained in full BWA livery and titles. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 500HK model by David Maltby here: Repaint Garry Russell. 747K
FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 416 Dan Air Textures only. (ex BAF livery) After the failure of Air Manchester The two aircraft involved reverted to their earlier identities of G-AVOE & 'OF. Both aircraft saw service with various airlines before going to Britt Airways in the USA. G-AVOE is seen here on lease to Dan Air still showing evidence of time spent with British Air Ferries. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 400HK model by David Maltby here : Repaint Garry Russell. 557K